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[audio]Building Bridges: Jeff Halper: Israelis In Palestine Resist House Demolitions - Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg
Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report National Edition -28 minutes Produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg **************************** An Israeli In Palestine: Resisting Dispossession with Jeff Halper, Founder, Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions The actions of the brave band of activists from the Freedom flotilla to break Israelâs blockade of gaza has resulted in worldwide condemnation of the blockade and the suffering it has caused...
Keywords: Israel; apartheid; Palestine; house demolitions; occupied territories; zionism
Downloads: 44
[movies]Evicted Palestinians sleep on the streets outside their homes in East Jerusalem - al-Jazeera
The Hanouns, a Palestinian family evicted by Israeli authorities from their home in East Jerusalem, are protesting their eviction by sleeping on the street outside the house that was for decades their home. Al Jazeera's Jacky Rowland reports on the from the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood in occupied East Jerusalem, where the Hanouns are sleeping rough in protest.
Keywords: Israel; Palestine; house demolitions; Hanouns; Sheikh Jarrah; Jerusalem; al-Jazeera
Downloads: 219
[movies]Jeff Halper of ICAHD speaks on the Israeli Occupation in Australia - Jeff Halper
Jeff Halper is the Executive Director of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD). In 2009 his speaking tour of Australia met resistance from pro-Israel groups. In this video, Jeff presents the reality of the current situation in Israel/Palestine, both from a political perspective and one that focuses on human interactions within the resistance to the ongoing Occupation.
Keywords: Jeff Halper; ICAHD; Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions; Israel; Palestine; West Bank; house demolitions; Gaza; Middle East; nonviolence; Jerusalem
Downloads: 211
[audio]Jeff Halper: Palestyna 2011: pokoj czy apartheid (audio) - Polska Kampania Solidarnosci z Palestyna
Wyklad Jeffa Halpera pt. "Palestyna 2011: Pokoj czy apartheid?". Jeff Halper jest zalozycielem Izraelskiego Komitetu Przeciwko Wyburzeniom Domow (ICAHD), w 2007 roku byl kandydatem do Pokojowej Nagrody Nobla. Spotkanie odbylo sie w Lodzi, 17 marca 2011, w auli Wydzialu Studiow Miedzynarodowych i Politologicznych Uniwersytetu Lodzkiego. Organizacja spotkania: Polska Kampania Solidarnosci z Palestyna...
Keywords: jeff halper; wyburzanie domow; house demolitions; ICAHD; izrael; israel; palestyna; palestine; occupation; okupacja; apartheid; wyklad; lecture
Downloads: 22
[audio]Building Bridges: An Israeli Campaigner For Justice For Palestinians with Jeff Halper - Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash
Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report National Edition -27:32 Produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg **************************** Jeff Halper, An Israeli Campaigner For Justice For Palestinians with Jeff Halper, famed author, and Coordinator, Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD). Since 1967, more than 24,000 Palestinian homes have been demolished in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Gaza by the Israeli forces, bringing untold misery to countless Palestinians...
Keywords: Jeff Halper; Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD); Israel; Palestine; West Bank settlements; Zionism; Gaza; Jerusalem
Downloads: 29
[movies]Jeff Halper: Palestyna 2011: Pokoj czy apartheid (wideo) - Polska Kampania Solidarnosci z Palestyna
Wyklad Jeffa Halpera pt. "Palestyna 2011: Pokoj czy apartheid?". Jeff Halper jest zalozycielem Izraelskiego Komitetu Przeciwko Wyburzeniom Domow (ICAHD), w 2007 roku byl kandydatem do Pokojowej Nagrody Nobla. Spotkanie odbylo sie w Lodzi, 17 marca 2011, w auli Wydzialu Studiow Miedzynarodowych i Politologicznych Uniwersytetu Lodzkiego. Organizacja spotkania: Polska Kampania Solidarnosci z Palestyna...
Keywords: jeff halper; wyburzanie domow; house demolitions; ICAHD; izrael; israel; palestyna; palestine; occupation; okupacja; apartheid; wyklad; lecture
Downloads: 333
[movies]Not Mint In Box: PE-02 Shadow Demolitions
Rob Base rips open Perfect Effects 3rd party transformer PE-o2 Shadow Demolitions
Keywords: searchonly; shadow demolitions; pe-02; perfect efffects; transformers; 3rd party; soundwave; frenzy; rumble
Downloads: 5
[movies]Shack Dwellers in Cape Town march to Parliament against their imminent forced removal - Shaheed Mahomed Cape Town Anti-War Coalition
There are about 6000 residents living in shacks in Joe Slovo. They have been threatened by the N2 Gateway project with forced removal to Delft and told only that this will take place next month. There have been no negotiations with the community, who are being treated like animals by the government. All the Joe Slovo children are at local schools in Langa, which also has clinics and employment projects...
Keywords: shacks, cape town, evictions, demolitions, 2010, forced removal, poor, working class
Downloads: 226
[movies]a Tornallom
This is a "non-official" documentary about the destruction of LA PUNTA in 2002, a big area of Valencia containing centenary houses and greenfields. The images clearly show massive irregularities by the council of Valencia when evicting all the tenants of the area. Although Valencia is quite a famous place due to its "Fallas" and "Paellas" this situation didn't really make it into the public opinion and the only help the tenants got back then came from squatters...
Keywords: valencia; greenfield; centenary houses; squatters; old people; spain; evictions; demolitions; council; illegalities; police
Downloads: 230
[movies]9/11 Controlled Demolitions - 911TrueStory.com
This compilation of open source video shows that the World Trade Center (Twin Towers and Building 7) were brought down by pre-positioned explosives (controlled demolition). This is one piece of evidence suggesting that some of the events of September 11, 2001 ( 9/11 ) were an inside job. Other tags: 9/11/01 Conspiracy theories
Keywords: 9/11; September 11; 9/11/01; World Trade Center; Building 7; WTC; demolition; demolitions; conspiracy; twin towers
Downloads: 16,083 3.50 out of 5 stars3.50 out of 5 stars3.50 out of 5 stars3.50 out of 5 stars(10 reviews)
[audio]Twit Wit Radio April 13 2014
Berkeley Kid and the cast, with the world's worst charter school teacher, free speech radio, controlled demolitions, Pierre Omidyar, the fifth column, obedient media, PayPal media, the NSA, broadcast eugenics, and George Soros.Featuring Lorri Holt, Carol Denney, Kenneth McGee, Kyle Choate, Aasha Dev, Berkeley Kid, Kurt Reinhardt, Dave Winter-Geezer. Produced by George Coates, Directed by Bubba Tyrone, with Cavett Hughes on keyboards.Twit Wit songs: "Unreportable" and "What Big Data Wants"...
Keywords: world's worst charter school teacher; free speech radio; controlled demolitions; Pierre Omidyar; the fifth column; obedient media; PayPal media; the NSA; broadcast eugenics; George Soros; WBAI; brave new world; no-strike clause; Lorri Holt; Carol Denney; Kenneth McGee; Kyle Choate; Aasha Dev; Berkeley Kid; Kurt Reinhardt; Dave Winter-Geezer; George Coates; Bubba Tyrone; Cavett Hughes; KPFA; Pacifica Network; responsible anarchy; Berkeley; Twit Wit; TwitWit; Twit Wit Radio; Twitwit Radio
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[audio]People United 2014-05-09 - Allan Campbell
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features Israeli military veteran Eran Efrati and Israeli conscientious objector Maya Wind, both of whom are involved with Anarchists Against the Wall and Boycott from Within, groups opposed to their nation's treatment of Palestinians.  They spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on January 28, 2014.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Efran Efrati; soldier; commander; veteran; Maya Wind; conscientious objector; refusenik; Anarchists Against the Wall; Boycott from Within; Breaking the Silence; New Profile; Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions; United States; Middle East; Israel; Israeli; Palestine; Palestinian; Occupied Territories; West Bank; Gaza; Israel-Palestine; ethnocracy; Zionism; Jew; Jewish; Jewishness; Ashkenazi; Sephardi; Mizrahi; Arab; whiteness; people of color; privilege; subordination; religion; race; ethnicity; class; gender; minorities; refugees; immigrants; occupation; apartheid; checkpoint; separation; barrier; wall; fence; settlement; civilian; military; Israeli Defense Force; IDF; Palestinian Authority; PA; weapons; technology; arming; international; trading; training; police; tactics; incarceration; detention; center; prison; conscription; draft; desertion; resistance; direct action; civil disobedience; protest; free speech; censorship; journalism; education; human rights; equal rights; democracy; sovereignty; labor; laborer; economy; profiteering; corporate; corporation; boycott; divestment; sanctions; BDS; struggle; history; current events
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 10, No. 4)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Aspira Foster and Family Services; cultural celebrations; Beach Chalet; opening of City Store; Mayor Willie Brown; City has a robust economy; California Pacific Medical Center; Mister the Cat; Emmit Watson tour; RCA challenges 10 projects, demolitions; Frank McCoppin School; Rolling Readers teaching students at Sutro, McCoppin schools; History; Carville; John M. Lee; Demolition Control Ordinance; Columbarium; Warning of new park at 9/Fulton in GG park; Richmond Community Association (Jake McGoldrick); Residential Rezoning; Richmond Playground; latch key programs; Richmond Police (Station); hi-tech cameras; Roosevelt Elementary School; Sea Cliff Residents' Association; SF Department of Parking and Traffic; Kevin Shelley; Roosevelt students return $8,000 in stolen loot; Sutro Elementary School; Wallenberg High School; students rally blankets for homeless; Y2K
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 5, No. 6)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Arguello Park; Sculpture Red Gothic debuts; Asian American Theater; Last act for theater?; Bley, Jonathan; Census; more details of changing district; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; new proposals draw fire; Gang Activity, Rich; chief of police works to halt robbery, extortion; George Washington H.S. Eagles; basketball season ends; Golden Gate Park; master plan hearings continue; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Anni Chung award, Myrtle the swan, library cuts; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Importance of Pacific Rim development; Lee, John M; Cashing in on foreclosures; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Thanks for Dana column; Muni; service cuts planned; Perrigan, Dana; Blending past and present; Rosenthal, Liesel; Seniors; $1.25 meals at Sunset Senior Center; SF Parking and Traffic Dept; John Newlin at forum; SF Unified School District; ethnic quotas questioned; Tam, Schuman MD; Taking asthma seriously; Tyson, Eric; being a good person more important than money; Wine Impressions; freestanding
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 3)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Argonne Elementary School; Celebrates 75th anniversary; Assmann, David; Recycle during holidays; Better Health Foundation- Robert Louie Family Cancer Support Program; CATS; also; Celebration of Craftswomen; elves needed for fair; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; 3644 Anza house demolition delayed; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; City proposed splitting City in 2 with new controls plan; Elections; Fraud charges made in Fang BART race; Family Caregiver Alliance; volunteers needed brief; Fang, James; election fraud charges levied; Geary Blvd. Light Rail (BRT); Muni seeks input on proposed changes; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Creating holiday mood with banners brief; George Washington H.S. Eagles; Lose to Galileo in football playoffs free; Golden Gate Park; AIDS Memorial Grove 'healing circle,'; Golden Gate Park; Bras across the park free; Golden Gate Park; Protesters march to ban cars; History; Rowing Kelly's Pond free (1880s); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Gene O'Connell, Ballet twins in Nutcracker, Tom Sweeny, Zaza, Temple Emanu-El; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Curfew law; Kolmar, Ginny; Village Pizzeria; Lee, John M; Sales of apartments; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Muni response to SORE letter; Lincoln Park Safeway (See Albertsons also); Developer hopes to renew plan, works w/mayor's office; M.H. de Young Memorial Museum; Plans future w/ increased space due to AAM moving to civic center; Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT); Upcoming classes brief; Ocean Beach; Sewage overflows from record rains; Perrigan, Dana; If only I had a Harley; Presidio Army Post/Park; Letterman, UC break off talks for leasing; Public Health (Government) Service Hospital; Toxic cleanup plan revised; Richmond Police (Station); ATM safety brief; Richmond Police (Station); Crime rate dips 26% for year; Richmond Police (Station); Donated bears with Laurie Brophy free; Richmond Police (Station); Experts warn about increased fraud, forum; Richmond Police (Station); Police nab 3 in string of robberies; Richmond Police (Station); Three youths charged with youth's murder at Lincoln Park; Richmond Recreation Center (Sutro Annex site); Parking plan debated; Robert Louie Family Cancer Support Program; SF Fire Dept; Tips on Christmas tree safety; SF Jewish Community Center; Inexpensive lunches for seniors brief; SF Unified School District; School assigning boundary changes proposed; Teng, Mabel; Historic first election victory free; Town School; 8th Grade team wins ISAL championship; UCSF-Laurel Heights; City Science Program free; UCSF-Laurel Heights; Visually impaired forum brief; Who's Coming, Going; YMCA (Richmond); Middle school students winter camp sessions brief; Zecher, Rita; Writer, feature
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 6)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: African Americans; Black History Month at library; Assmann, David; plastic bottles OK now; Beach Chalet; plan for brew pub, rest., visitors center; Billy Hutton Track Club; track and field training; CATS; free drug prevention guide; Cats; missing, urban trappers?; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; RCA plan put on hold; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Capt. Otten honored; Golden Gate Park; Adopt a Monument Program; Golden Gate Park; demolition of old treatment plan; Golden Gate Park; stable manage contract stalled; History; Laurel and Presidio Hgts. from Lone Mtn. (1880s); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Women's History Month, Free Clinic; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Muni improvements; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; MUNI improvements; Kolmar, Ginny; San Wang #2; Lee, John M; foreclosures; Muni; New terminus for 38, 31 lines under construction; Muni; Public input sought on #38 Geary options; Operation SafePed; addresses pedestrian fatalities; Palace of the Legion of Honor; remodel plan at PAR; Perrigan, Dana; Living with grandmother; Presidio Army Post/Park; Lobos Creek at PAR; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); Black History Month at library; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); get extended hours; Richmond District Democratic Club; RAGS resumes cleanups; Richmond Police (Station); Capt. Otten honored by Geary merchants; Richmond Police (Station); PAL soccer to start; Richmond Senior Center; Richmond Transport Project (sewers); demolition of old treatment plan; Russian American Community Center; annual cultural fest; SF Commission on the Aging; senior resource guide; St. Vincent de Paul; dining card brief
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 4, No. 4)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Bushel, Michael; How far to risk w/financing?; Children's funding (Prop. J); 'brainstorming' sessions begin; Classical Trash; feature: Suzanne Garramone and Brenda Schuman-Post; Clement St. Merchants Association; Consumer study results; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; new revisions; Earthquake; NERT Program Elections; results of runoff, sales tax hike; History; Anza street sand dunes freestanding; Hon, Maria; Recycling for the planet; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Village Pizzeria hand, Romance Me notes, JB Cooper; Lee, John M; Year end statistics/review, where does mail go?; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Crowded Clement, where's mail go?; Parents Place; Parenting support; Perrigan, Dana; And that goes for your little dog, too; Prenatal care; District Health Center Five; Presidio Library; Reading Center readies to reopen; Redistricting, Political; local changes; Rose Resnick Center for the Blind; volunteers sought; Russian Newspaper, The View; new paper; Senior (Sunset) Network; Father Riley lecture; Tax forms; no longer at public libraries; Trades Guild; Offers services; Tyson, Eric; Ten financial New Year's resolutions; YMCA (Richmond); gift from Geary merchants, others, freestanding
Downloads: 25
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 5, No. 7)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Cafe Riggio; feeding tradition continues; California Pacific Medical Center; Safety safari brief; Cisterns; Geary/22nd Avenue freestanding; Clement St. Parking; No relief in sight for parking congestion; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Haggling over plan continues; Earthquake; Earthquake shack at 165 Parker to be demolished; Feng Shui; good or bad?; French Heritage Alliance; Gang Activity, Rich; Supes take aim at extortion; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Meeting with Shelley and Newlin; George Washington H.S; Cellular communications plan on hold; Golden Gate Park; Gay cruising a problem; Golden Gate Park; task force works on master plan; Guns; Dirty Harrys warned to stay home, forum; History; life saving station (1933) in GG Park; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Franklin Greenwald, Clean City Coalition, Old Clement St. post office, Maria Hon going; Jordan, Mayor Frank; grave financial circumstances; Kopp, Senator Quentin; Support GG Park; Lee, John M; Refi Mania; Lee, Sue; NIT-AMP Program in Richmond; meeting to discuss problems; Pelosi, Nancy; town hall meeting to support Clinton; Perrigan, Dana; Shower of Love (us); Red Cross; free blood pressure tests; SF Model Yacht Club (GG Park); freestanding; Sutro Historic District; Louis' and Camera Obscura may be saved; Tyson, Eric; Financial Services
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 4)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Baby Points Program; brief; Community Music Center; feature w/history; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Vote may be coming in Jan; French/Kaiser Hospital; Plans outlined for 5 and 10 year plans; Golden Gate National Recreation Area; Campfire free; Golden Gate Park; Sharon Art Studio History; Streetcar crash free (1945); Homes that Pay; homebuyers free pamphlet brief; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; George Choppelas, Senior Citizen Resource Directory, Art Institute, Potty Guide; Jordan, Mayor Frank; View for 1995; Kolmar, Ginny; Cafe Riggio; Lee, John M; Real estate trends for 1995; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; RAMS counseling services; Ocean Beach; Birds surveyed, Parents Place; New programs begin brief; Perrigan, Dana; Everything is Wonderful; Proposition J (Children's amendment); Critics blast new proposal from mayor; Randall Museum; docents needed brief; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); Lion dancers brief; Richmond Police (Station); Grocer survives shooting; Richmond Recreation Center (Sutro Annex site); Parking 'compromise' variance granted; Robbery; Grocer shot; SF Bicycle Coalition; Input sought for bike routes in City; SF Recycling Program; urges Christmas tree recycling; SF Small Business Network; seeks Owner of the Year brief; SF Water Dept; toilet exchange brief; SF Zoo; Winterfest 1994 free of bear; Sharon Art Studio; Sutro Heights Park; dog-walking stroll along parapet free; UCSF-Laurel Heights; seeking pain sufferers for study brief
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 5, No. 10)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Amedi, Mori; Dining on Inner Clement (Petite Cafe, Cheers, Eats); Beach Chalet; visitor's center proposed; Business Changes; Chinese speaking health care services available; Clement St. Produce Markets; New laws urged to control markets; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; plan draws ire of builders, residents; Elections; Prop. A election results; Gang Activity, Rich; new Burton law to combat home invasions; HANC; may be evicted; Health Center #5; spared budget cuts; History; Midwinter Fair, History; turn of century scene freestanding from 14/Lake (1899); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; VFW awards, Gourmet dining card club, Kaiser crime fighters; Jordan, Mayor Frank; budget crisis; Juvenile Crime; Lee, John M; Creative selling; Lion's, Park Presidio; Handing out flags for Flag Day; M.H. de Young Memorial Museum; fiber and textile exhibit opens; Muni; General Manager Stein addresses crime, Forum; Nelson, Joanne; Perrigan, Dana; From insult to injury; Planning Association for the Richmond; Meeting on juvenile crime; Playland 'at the Beach' (parcels 3 and 4); may remain open space; Presidio Army Post/Park; Sixth Army brass decides to stay; Restaurants; guide to smoke free dining; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); May collapse in major quake; Richmond Police (Station); burglary suspect nabbed; Richmond Transport Project (sewers); set to begin; Science and Health Lesson Plan Contest; winners; Seniors; list of resources; SF Police Dept; Fishing program freestanding (at Shriner's Hospital); SF Police Dept; PAL suspends phone drive; Stern Grove; summer concert series; Tyson, Eric; Credit card cancer
Downloads: 60
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 5, No. 9)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; EIR not needed for plan; Elections; special election notice; Friends of the Urban Forest; 510 trees planted in district; George Washington H.S. Eagles; baseball team wins City title; History; streetcar to beach in GG Park freestanding (1920); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Officer Allen Yip, Sindi Cheng, Como Secret Code Book, Greely's; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Good things about City; Kopp, Senator Quentin; Sharing the (property) tax burden; Lee, John M; Real estate reality check; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; gay cruising in park, feral cats; Paramedics; response in district may suffer; Perrigan, Dana; When fathers and sons talk; Principal for a day program; Proposition J (Children's amendment); residents decry lone vote on committee; Robbery; Institute on Aging grand opening w/ Mayor Jordan; Seniors; Innovative programs available for seniors; Seniors; Senior prom freestanding; Seniors; seniors warned of financial scams, forum; SF Business Arts Council; feature w/ Jeff Wong; SF Institute of Aging; grand opening w/ Mayor Jordan; SF Unified School District; racial decree assailed; Sutro Historic District; plan shapes up; UCSF-Laurel Heights; university reps, neighbors clash at meeting
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 6)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Alamo Elementary School; Teaming with Olive Garden brief; Code, The; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; plan delayed; Fire House; 12th Ave. remodel; Fong, Heather; George Washington H.S. Eagles; basketball team in playoffs; History; Odd Fellows Cemetery (1899); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Women's History Month, Noelie Larson, Lombardi, Myrtle; Jordan, Mayor Frank; taxes (business also) explanation; Kamendrowsky, Victor; named director of Russian American Community Serv. brief; Lee, John M; Establishing fair market value; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Lauding Cabrillo article, looking for vets at Argonne; Mt. Zion Crisis Clinic (Westside Community Center?); Move delayed; Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT); New Perspectives Counseling; brief; Perrigan, Dana; Hills and valleys of life; Proposition J (Children's amendment); Richmond District After School Collaboration funded; Quade, Henry Jr; Appeals Court reviews case; Richmond District After School Collaboration; Prop. J money; Richmond District Democratic Club; Clement cleanup free, brief; Richmond Enrichment After School Program; debuts, run by four churches, REAP; Richmond Police (Station); Cops quick to make arrests; Richmond Police (Station); student slain from Wallenberg; Russian American Community Center; new director Kamendrowsky named brief; SF Women Artists (SFWA); 100 years of womens' art exhibition brief; Wong, Asia; artist, YMCA (Richmond); New class for babies; YMCA (Richmond); New director Steph takes over
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 2)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Asian Art Museum; Move to civic center depends on Prop. B; Balboa St.: 31 Muni bus line; Lower Balboa comes to economic life; CATS; dangers of alcohol and women brief; Counseling Centers, Non-profit; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; 3644 Anza house ruled not historic; Dunbar, John (with Daniel Murphy); Give public notices to lowest bidder; Fang, Ted; Public Notices Should be Free; Fantasia Bakery; Cookie decorating free; Golden Gate Park; Puppy selling free; Health Center #5; Celebrates 25th anniversary; History; Lone Mtn. landslide (1935); Holloran, Pete (National Park Service); Presidio's fragile ecosystem needs TLC; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Jeanne Lynch, Joe Beeman, Courtyard, VA women's center, Dr. Feigenbaum; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Prop. M and N; Kilroy, Tony; A Wonderful Vote; Kolmar, Ginny; Wooden Charcoal; Kopp, Senator Quentin; Prop. rundown for Nov. 8 election; Lee, John M; Voters to decide fate of Prop. I; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Response to Jordan's col., signs are a visual blight, Prop. 183 by Sen. Marks, Patients Rights Advocacy Services, water conservation measures deadline; Lincoln Park Safeway (See Albertsons also); Safeway shuts down, new tenant sought; Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT); Classes forming brief; Patterson, George; Sworn in as new Small Business Commissioner; Perrigan, Dana; Violence takes a toll; Presidio Army Post/Park; Bicycle tour Quinby's; Futurekids free; Richmond Police (Station); Digitalis murder investigation; Richmond Police (Station); New bike patrols begin; Richmond ReView; Parking plans still unsettled; SF Bicycle Coalition; Presidio tour Shaw, Larry; Musician, feature
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 4, No. 10)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Argonne Elementary School; SF Giants rally to help programs; Asian Women's Shelter; Boy Scouts; Travel to Wash. DC; California Pacific Medical Center; Permits on hold; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Decision pending; Elections; Burton primary, GG Park wins; Fish; Is it safe to eat?; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Mayor Jordan at meeting; Golden Gate Park; Statue walk; History; Sutro Baths Hon, Maria; Grab bag; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; California Street, Deadlines, Optimists, Lions, Myrtle; Jefferson Starship, The Next Generation; free; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Budget; Keeve, Damon; free from Colorado; Laurel School (Marcia Spitz); Lee, John M; Estate Planning (cont.); Muni; Owl changes; Nasser, Jesse; free; Perrigan, Dana; A little bit of heart (postal workers); Playland 'at the Beach' (parcels 3 and 4); Design approved; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); Hours cut back due to deficit; Richmond Recreation Center (Sutro Annex site); meeting planned; SF Chamber of Commerce; Summer jobs program; SF Dept. of Public Health; Supervisor Lisa Palladino talks about restaurants; Sutro Baths; Tyson, Eric; Social Security system
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 9)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: American Lung Association; Poster contest winners free; Argonne Elementary School; Fighting for new school, passage of Prop. A; Clement St. Parking; bus zone parking begins; Clement St. Produce Markets; 20 seek outdoor displays; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Few happy w/new proposal; Friends of the Urban Forest; Rich. residents get envir. award; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; New president Heller named; George Washington H.S; Program to tutor 9th graders; George Washington H.S; ROTC drill free; George Washington H.S. Eagles; Win baseball championship; Golden Gate Park; Bandshell set to reopen; Golden Gate Park; Privatization plan promoted; History; Geary Street Park and Ocean Railroad Co. free (c1900); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; John Gordon, Rebecca Hirshleifer, Harriet Moore, Greely's; Jordan, Mayor Frank; BART link; Kreivyte, Asta; RAMS exchange professional; Lee, Evelyn; director of RAMS, debunking Asian myths; Lee, John M; Market update; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Light rail, SORE, bulldozing 6th Ave. house; Lion's, Park Presidio; Diabetes testing free; Mountain Lake Park; Musicfest held at park; Perrigan, Dana; 2 pix worth 747 words; Presidio Hill School; Walk-a-than fundraiser; Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. (RAMS); exchange program, services; Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. (RAMS); story by director Evelyn Lee; Richmond Police (Station); Chop shop discovered, robbery suspects nabbed; Richmond Police (Station); Commission hears Clement gripes, forum; Russian Center; Days of Russia Concert brief; SF Police Commission; Hearing, forum; Veteran's Administration Medical Center (Clement St.); parking problems; YWCA; youth programs brief
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 5, No. 8)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Business Changes; Car thefts; forum; China House Rest; Feinstein at opening; Chung, Anni; feature, director of Self Help for the Elderly; Delancy Street building; for sale; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Planning Commission still struggling with plan; Feinstein, Dianne; at China House Rest; George Washington H.S. Eagles; baseball team in first place; Golden Gate Park; feral cat debate; Golden Gate Park; What to do with site of Sunset/Richmond Treatment Plant; Health Center #5; budget cuts threaten services; History; Shipwreck at Ocean Beach at turn of century freestanding; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Peabody adoption, Wash. hall of fame, Soon 3, Terry Guglielmino; Jordan, Mayor Frank; budget deficit; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; Not crying wolf with budget; Kopp, Quentin; strategy for UCSF's future; Lee, John M; To rent or buy?; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Gay cruising, noisy neighbor Lamps Plus; Mt. St. Joseph-St. Elizabeth; Ocean Beach; Sea lion burial freestanding; Perrigan, Dana; A rush to the right; Post Office, Rich; arrest made in thefts; Proposition J (Children's amendment); Lack of avenue representation on committee; Psychics; phoney psychics in district; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); Yo Yo the clown freestanding; Sutro Historic District; public input sought; Veteran's Administration Medical Center (Clement St.); health fair
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 5, No. 3)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Brophy, Lori; My favorite cop; Carjackings; Comm./Forum; City College; ESL program at Lincoln; Coronet Theater; closed for remodeling free; Cuadra, Sandy; Environmental officer; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; housing activists angered over latest plan; Elections; Mixed results; Environmental Officers, Sandy Cuadra; Fort Point; candlelight exploration; Fourth Trimester; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Blvd. cleanup; George Washington H.S. Eagles; lose rematch w/Galileo for championship; Hadassah; fighting for persecuted Jews; History; Public Health Hospital in 1874 free; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Kozak gets merchant award, Senior Action Network, Plough & the Stars play; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; $200,000 HUD grant for SEED; Lee, John M; rumor Demo. pres. weaken RE market; Mervyn's; grand opening; Mosher, Mark; Time to build bridges w/neighborhood; P.G.&E; Power out in District; Perrigan, Dana; A cold day in my apartment; Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. (RAMS); starts Asian counseling services; Richmond Hills Manor Family Center; Feature w/profiles; Richmond Police (Station); Brophy, My favorite cop,; Richmond Police (Station); Officer (Yip) shoots attacker; Ryder, Joanne; wrote Dancers in the Garden; Sacramento Street Merchants Association; Street party; Schikore, Karla; YMCA vol. of the year; Seniors; Gold Card; St. Anne's Senior Home; Christmas boutique free; St. Mary's Hospital and Medical Center; new CEO Mary Ann Thode; Tyson, Eric; Homeowner retirement decisions; Water Reclamation project; meetings start; YMCA (Richmond); vol. of year (Darla Schikore)
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 8)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: AIDS; free lecture at Washington HS; Burton, Assemblyman John; w/Master Kwan Tak Hing free; Children are ... Daycare Experience; Clement St. Parking; plan readies; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Timeline announced; Fire; 47th Ave. photoessay; Geary Blvd. Light Rail (BRT); alternatives whittled to 7; George Washington H.S; AIDS lecture; George Washington H.S; students given UCSF awards; Golden Gate Park; guns for skates swap proposed; Golden Gate Park; Master plan hearings; Golden Gate Park; road closures for Bay to Breakers; Golden Gate Park Skate Patrol; guns for skates swap proposed; Hallet, Jerry; Don't be a Victim of Crime; History; Richmond Chutes free (1910); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Marc Hamel, Don Mack, Tellurian Dances, Asian Woman's Resource Center; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Libraries, Prop. E; Kichi, Manuel; Children are ... Daycare Experience owner, Kinderfest; brief; Kolmar, Ginny; Pacific Cafe; Kopp, Senator Quentin; Take BART to SFO; Lee, John M; Hassle-free mortgages; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Clement bus zone parking worry; Lion's, Park Presidio; free diabetic testing; Marks, Senator Milton; 35th anniversary party; Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT); Disaster drill free; Ocean Beach; Beached yacht removed; Older Americans Month; celebration schedule; Perrigan, Dana; Poster poetry; Presidio Army Post/Park; clean-up board created; Presidio Army Post/Park; park service takes over firefighting; Richmond District Republican Club; new club started; Richmond Police (Station); Matrix program, forum; Richmond Police (Station); reward in Ching murder announced; Sacramento Street Dog Parade; free; Senior Action Network; protest dangerous conditions at Geary/Masonic; SF School Volunteers; vols. needed; St. Monica's School; eating pizza fundraiser brief; Super K (market); To close; UCSF; needs more lab space; UCSF; Science lessons prize awarded to Washington; Ventresca, Joel; Threat to Presidio; Who's Coming, Going
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[texts]Richmond ReView (July 1994) (Volume Vol. 6, No. 10)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Assmann, David; Make recycling part of your life; Bilingual programs; SFUSD, threatened; Clement St. Produce Markets; Some permits rejected; Council of District Merchants; Presidio update; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; commission delays vote; Elections; Vote results chart; Geary Blvd; Blvd. to close for archbishop's canonization; Golden Gate National Recreation Area; O'Neil tells merchants plan; Golden Gate Park; MH de Young museum gets gift brief; Golden Gate Park; Stow Lake free; Green Party, Sunset-Richmond; History; Richmond tepees free (1898); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Nicolette Ausschnitt, ballet scholarships, Music center, Kroll; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Charter reform; Kolmar, Ginny; Regent Cafe; KUSF; Lee, John M; Avoiding escrow nightmares; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; CPMC changes, Clement live food markets, Mental Health Association, glass at beach; Lincoln Park Golf Course (See Golf Courses also); Scarlett Camargo free; Mountain Lake Park; Musicfest, summer solstice free; Mt. Zion Crisis Clinic (Westside Community Center?); opens at new site; Perrigan, Dana; Walk with Whitman; Presidio Army Post/Park; GGNRA's O'Neil tells merchants plan; Presidio Army Post/Park; park service plan for policing; Richmond District Democratic Club; RAGS brief; Richmond District Neighborhood Center; Children's art fair free; Richmond Police (Station); Nab roof repair scam suspects; Richmond Recreation Center (Sutro Annex site); New plan proposed w/parking on street; Runyon, Steve; KUSF Self Help for the Elderly; Canadian trip offered; Self Help for the Elderly; general services brief; Seniors; Tax rebates avail; St. Mary's Hospital and Medical Center; Better Breathing Course; Star of the Sea Church/School; 100 years anniversary Sutro Elementary School; books donation from Sutro & Co. free; Tyson, Eric; Roots of financial illiteracy; UCSF; Opens new Lakeshore clinic; USF; KUSF Who's Coming, Going; YMCA (Richmond); Summer day camp at Presidio
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 4)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: American Lung Association; Quit smoking clinic brief; Asian Art Museum; Resignations continue, no budget disclosed; Assmann, David; Richmond District recycling results; Beach Chalet; Concessionaires sought to assist visitors center; Bison, GG Park; Chinese New Year; Lion Dancers and Year of the Dog; Clement St. Produce Markets; New law goes into effect; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Face final vote; Free Clinic, San Francisco (Clement St.); Gang Activity, Rich; Captain warns for Chinese NY; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Sponsor cleanup; Geriatric Services Community Center; Golden Gate Park; Another goose gone; Golden Gate Park; Bison Golden Gate Park; Removing old/dying trees from park; Green City Volunteer Network; brief; History; Birds eye view of Laurel Hgts./Lone Mountain w/ Bay Bridge in bkgd. (1930's); Homeless; Cleared from Park Presidio Blvd; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Blue Danube, St. Josephs/St. Elizabeths, Joseph Art School; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Matrix program; Kopp, Senator Quentin; Send in legislative ideas; Lee, John M; Previewing 1994; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Scam artist getting money for garage, Light rail rebuff; Lowell HS; New plan in works; Mid Winter Fair; Centennial celebration plans; Otten, Captain Peter; Pacific Heritage Museum; Opening of new Thailand exhibit Park Presidio Blvd; Homeless encampments cleared; Perrigan, Dana; Mapping my destiny; Playland 'at the Beach' (parcels 3 and 4); Richmond Transport Project freestanding; Richmond Police (Station); Capt. Otten Richmond Police (Station); Police make burglary arrests; Richmond Police (Station); See suspects in 10/Clement murder (mug shots); Richmond Police (Station); Sponsor cleanup; Richmond ReView; Honored by Senator Marks for 5 years; Richmond Transport Project (sewers); Parcel 4 construction beginning freestanding; Sears; Eclectic mix of stores opening; Surfing; Feature of Ocean Beach; Tyson, Eric; Tips on consumer/credit card debt; UCSF-Laurel Heights; CA Supreme Ct. decision sending case back to appeals court
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 12)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: AIDS; Rate among Asians rising; Assmann, David; Recycle old telephone books; California Pacific Medical Center; Keeps 24-hour emergency services; Children's funding (Prop. J); Afterschool program (collaborative); Clement St. Produce Markets; Stores win appeals board decision to display wares; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; battle heats up on RCAs and RCCs; Exercise; for a healthy heart brief; Free Clinic, San Francisco (Clement St.); Free immunization shots free; Golden Gate Park; Trail Information Day for bike info; Head Start Program; begins new session; Herrera Buick; closes doors; History; Youth playing baseball near lone mountain free (1915); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Roosevelt student Gottfried, Dr. Ferguson, Carolene Marks, PAR, Asian American Theater; Jordan, Mayor Frank; ATM Proposition; Kolmar, Ginny; Cinderella; Lee, John M; The 4 P's of real estate; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Park master plan road closures; On Lok Senior Services; Organic Health Fair; brief; Palace of the Legion of Honor; Renovation project free; Perrigan, Dana; Action film surprise; Presidio Army Post/Park; Day of celebration slated brief; Public Health (Government) Service Hospital; residents hear plan for cleanup; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); Call to set new times for branches; Richmond Police (Station); Task force catches robbers; Senior Citizen Resource Directory; SF Bicycle Coalition; warns motorists after E. Chang's death; SF Community Music Center (Richmond Branch); registration begins; SF Fire Dept; Pioneer museum SF Police Dept; PAL basketball to start; Super K (market); Walgreens moving in; Sutro Heights Park; Stroll through the park free; UCSF-Laurel Heights; Visually impaired forum brief; Walgreens; Opening in Sutro Super site
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 5)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: American Heart Association; exercise publication brief; American Lung Association; stop smoking clinic brief; Argonne Elementary School; High tech fair free; Argonne Elementary School; New building proposed, Prop. A; Asian Art Museum; plans move despite Prop. A setback; Assmann, David; Slowing junk mail; Cabrillo Elementary School; decrepit conditions; Cabrillo Elementary School; Kidnap attempt foiled; California Pacific Medical Center; Cancer center scrapped, budget cuts; Career Resources Development Center; hospitality program to start; Chinese New Year; Lion dancers and Year of the Dog Cisterns; construction nearing end; Clement St; block for sale; Cultural Integration Fellowship; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; debate extended; East-West Business Association; Russian business academy Ferrari, Donna; Covering care care basics; Free Clinic, San Francisco (Clement St.); set to open brief; Golden Gate Park; Japanese Tea Garden restoration free; History; earthquake shacks on Pk. Presidio Ave; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Lawrence Feigenbaum, Tom Field, SFWA, The Code; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Matrix program; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; poses with graffiti fighters free; Kelton, Ken; earthquake retrofitting column; Kezar Stadium; booze battle brewing; Kolmar, Ginny; China House Bistro; Kopp, Senator Quentin; Do the crime, do the time; Lee, John M; Buying vs. Renting; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; bicycle journey of hope,; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; CRDC thank you from Mabel Teng; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Rebuttal to Asian Art Museum story; Mountain Lake Park; (see Myrtle the swan also), wall delayed to 1995 budget; Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT); Two-part series taking training course; Perrigan, Dana; Only love worth a damn; Richmond District Democratic Club; gather to discuss health care; Richmond District Democratic Club; RAGS plan for monthly cleanup; Richmond Police (Station); Auto boosting prevention advice, forum; Richmond Police (Station); Cabrillo kidnap foiled; Richmond Police (Station); Police make excellent arrests; Roosevelt Elementary School; new sports programs brief; St. Anne's Senior Home; Centenarian honored free; Stolina, Mara; honored as editor of New Life by SFJCC brief; Tyson, Eric; No-load fund analyst; Who's Coming, Going; YMCA (Richmond); kicks off fundraiser
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 2)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Bodyboarding; Morey Boogie National Pro Bodyboarding Tour freestanding; Burton, Assemblyman John; Roast; California Pacific Medical Center; Residents concerned about delay; Clement St. Produce Markets; Legislation proposed to regulate outdoor displays; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; New plan draws ire of activists; Ernstson, Donna; New executive director of Friends of GG Park; Flu; Beijing Flu shots; Gang Activity, Rich; Home invasion foiled; Golden Gate National Recreation Area; Volunteers needed to fight aliens,; Golden Gate Park; Ernstson, Donna, new executive director of Friends of GG Park brief; Golden Gate Park; HANC's future in air; Golden Gate Park; Helen Crocker Horticultural Library Golden Gate Park; Tai Chi freestanding; Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture; HomeShare Program; brief; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Barbara & Ed Cheng, filmmakers, miniacs, Harriet Moore; Juvenile Crime; Few clues how to stop, forum; Kopp, Senator Quentin; Tips for election day; Lee, John M; Landlord/tenant refresher course; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Prop. Y rebuttal, Prop. Y support (2), POA letter about election; Lighthouse for the Blind; merger with Rose Resnick Center; Lowell HS; racial quotas questioned; Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT); brief of upcoming classes; Paul's Hat Works; Perrigan, Dana; Everything will be OK; Presidio Army Post/Park; Plan to convert to park released; Pumpkin Festival; Photoessay; Red Cross; Disaster pins for sale brief; Rose Resnick Center for the Blind; Merger with Lighthouse for the Blind; Self Help for the Elderly; Gold & Silver Travel Club, tours; SF School Volunteers; Eyes on the Prize, African American brief; SF Women Against Rape; Help for immigrant women; Tyson, Eric; Ten ways a financial advisor can help; View Freestandings; From Lone Mountain
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 11)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Asian Art Museum; Tomb treasures exhibit brief; Beach Chalet; Restaurant proposed; Central Freeway; plans to reroute or change; Clement St. Produce Markets; Police, DPW enforcing; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Battle over 456 25th Ave. site; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; New president Heller takes over; Golden Gate Park; Traffic issues for Master Plan; Golden Gate Park; WathchBison unhappy with buffalo paddock plan; Hastings, Dorothy; feature, Lung Ass. volunteer; Health Center #5; Saved from budgetary extinction; History; Richmond Casino on Fulton St. free (c1900); Holy Virgin Russian Orthodox Church; Glorification of St. John; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Joe Tchang, Dr. Washington, Phylis' tiger; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Salary reform ballot initiative; Kolmar, Ginny; Kitaro; Kozakiewicz, Paul; Editors not for sale; Lee, John M; Equity sharing for first-time buyers; Letterman, David; friends Mujibur and Sirajul at GG Bridge; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Star of the Sea clarification on name, GG Park Master Plan; Perrigan, Dana; Doing my civic duty; Post Office, Rich; more thieves nabbed; Public Health (Government) Service Hospital; Cleanup sites identified; Quade, Henry Jr; Court finds against police, back to trial; Richmond District Democratic Club; RAGS brief; Richmond Police (Station); Capt. reports crime down, arrests made; Richmond Police (Station); Inspectors warn of scams, forum; Richmond Police (Station); Roofers face felony charges; Robbery; two banks hit,Grocer shot; Russian American Community Center; Hot lunch program St. Mary's Hospital and Medical Center; Reaches accord w/ labor; Tyson, Eric; Considerations in home buying; Veteran's Administration Medical Center (Clement St.); Neighbors, hospital officials try to solve parking problems
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 7)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Assmann, David; Consider recycling options; Bulitt, Patricia; free. at Anza Library; Clement St. Parking; New plan passed to park in bus zones; Columbarium; Director Bruce Williams tour; Degemann, Gerhard; plans return brief; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Planning Commission offers new plan for review; French/Kaiser Hospital; changes due to construction, consolidation; Geary Blvd; water mains replaced brief; Geary Blvd. Light Rail (BRT); Options announced for transit study; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Small business insurance, Pac Bell service, meeting; Golden Gate Park; California Academy of Sciences closes roundabout for repairs; Golden Gate Park; Conservatory's floral flair free; Golden Gate Park; Sexual battery suspect arrested; Golden Gate Park; Two plans emerge for bison paddock; History; Cooking on 4th Ave.? after quake free; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Cafe Riggio anniversary, YMCA fundraising results, library, Gaslight tiger,; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Library commissioners; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; Meeting Geary merchants free; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; Meeting w/SFNNA, matrix, graffiti; Katherine Delmar Burke School; remodel proposed; Kaussen, Pat; Kopp's woman of year; Kinderfest; Children's festival brief; Kolmar, Ginny; Bill's Place; Kopp, Quentin; Woman of year, Kaussen; Lee, John M; Sellers beware; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Watch out for wildlife, SF Wildlife; Marks, Senator Milton; Reflecting on 35 years; Muni; Latrines proposal; NIT-AMP Program in Richmond; Survey rates Richmond as good place to live; Perrigan, Dana; Cruising down 101; Presidio Army Post/Park; Tour offered brief; Recreation Center for the Handicapped (RCH, Inc.); Richmond District; Good place to live survey; Richmond Police (Station); Keeping youth safe, forum; Richmond Police (Station); School car stars (Brophy, Wong); Richmond Police (Station); Sexual battery suspect arrested; Richmond Transport Project (sewers); Digging tunnel at Baker Beach free; Ross, Jim; new mayoral liaison named; Russian Center; Self Help for the Elderly; general services brief; Self Help for the Elderly; Senior trips planned; SF Jewish Community Center; Festival of Living; Surfrider Foundation; Monthly beach cleanups; Temple Emanu-El; Film series brief; Tyson, Eric; Which way interest rates?; UCSF; monthly forums for visually impaired; Veteran's Administration Medical Center (Clement St.); health fair
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